FLOWER Beauty • Creme Blush • Blush
|Would buy this product again.||90%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
I bought this cream blush to replace the NYX cream blush that broke me out. I got it in Primrose and Proper and am really happy with it. It gives nice natural looking healthy color to my cheeks. It's not greasy at all and blends easily. Hasn't broken me out either. It was only around $7 and I would definitely recommend. This was my first Flower Beauty purchase and I'm impressed.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I bought this in 3 shades : Pure Petunia, Primrose & Proper & Forget-Me-Not. I have been using them for around a month and a half. Probably the best cream blush I have ever used.
I love them all - they look natural on my NC30 skin. Gives the perfect healthy colour to cheeks. No glitter or shimmer yet looks luminous. I use this over BB cream or my foundation. I think the packaging is cute and it is actually sturdy and good quality. It flies around in my purse without ever opening and still looks new (despite packaging being a bright white and goldish colour). Easy to use and you literally need just a few dabs, as it's easy to over do this. It's pigmented and has a beautiful satin-matte finish. Shockingly good for a "celebrity" line thing, which usually it pains me to buy that stuff, but this is really good and well-thought out and not just slapping a name on something as fast as possible. A big plus is it doesn't get patch-y and dry up over my cheeks. This is my go-to for a daily blush.
I don't think you can go wrong with any of these, all the colours are nice. Will repurchase in different shades.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Medium, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
After much deliberation, I chose the shade Primrose and Proper...and then the angels wept! Seriously, this blush is everything I've always wanted in a cream blush. Pigmented, but not overly, it provides a longlasting finish, and the color is SO beautiful (& natural) that I find myself glancing at my cheekbones every chance I get. The formula feels like silk going on, and is super blend able. It drys to a powder finish, that in no way looks powdery. Chanel and Dior blushes have nothing over these. And the price...seriously? These are a steal at $6 or $7. Primrose and Proper is a cool pinky coral that provides the most beautiful flush to the cheeks and manages to look luminous without any shimmer. I'm NW25-30 and it's the perfect shade for me. Can't sing its praises enough. I'll surely be going back for more!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I've never had luck with creme blushes, but this is great. It blends easily and is glowy and natural looking on the skin. No crazy sparkles, but not flat and chalky either. There is a small gap around the pan where product has gotten, but it's not a huge deal. I got Peach Blossom and it's a gorgeous color that I think anyone could wear.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I bought this in Peach Blossom, a creamy peach shade that I adored but sadly couldn't make this work for me. I have light to medium skin, and I could barely get this shade to show up on me and it had poor staying power. The formula is cream to powder, and I tried applying it with both my fingers and a stippling brush but found that once the blush set my cheeks looked really powdery. I much prefer cream blushes that do not have a powder finish, but if you don't like the tackier finish of other cream blushes then this might work for you. The price is right and the packaging is cute (though a bit bulky), but the formula was a miss for me.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
got rose a dren dren. me= asian med/lt yellow skin tone sensitive to almost everything. have always hated cream blushes finding application difficult to get even smooth results an colors always turned out fake looking. not this it turns out a dust mauvey peachy natural glow with a sheen that is so smooth and refined its hard to describe no chunky sperles or shimmers at all. the application is foolproof. i love the dewy effect it actually makes my face look better like blush is supposed to! i lightly stipple a sheer powder blush over to increase lasting power and brighten color too if wanted...because of the sheen in this cream blush do nt need a highlighter at all its like a 2 in 1. saves time and money. kinda don't want people to know so its never out of stock when i need it! try it peeps
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
I love these! I have 2 in peach blossom and forget-me-not,these feel amazing,when you touch them they feel a bit creamy but,when you apply them it feels like a silky powder that is easily blendable and buildable. I really like the color selection especially the peach blossom which comes off as a soft coral.
The only thing I don't care for? The packaging :( both of mine have small gaps between the pan and plastic,so when you go to use it product gets wedged in the gap and that seems messy to me also for the amt. of product you are getting the packaging feels bulky but,that seems to be the trend in this line bulky=opulent,expensive?
But I am giving it 5 stars because the product inside the packaging ROCKS!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Very Oily, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I will agree with other reviewers that this is an excellent product with regards to texture, ease of application, and finish on the skin. I always struggled with Bobbi Brown pot rouge because it was so thick. VERY hard to blend. This Flower product is quite silky and easy to blend. I also like that it is not uber-pigmented, so that you can work up to a more intense color. It's always easier to add a bit more than to try to tone down a color. It isn't quite a powder finish, but neither is is emollient or sticky, which is one other thing I didn't like about the pot rouge. My main quibble is the very limited color selections, which tends towards peach and coral. The only truly cool shade is the Petunia, I believe, and that's a girlie, "Barbie" pink that I just happen to personally hate. I got the Azalea shade; it's a pink-peach, reminding me very much of NYX's Glow cream blush. I like the texture and finish of the Flower version. But sadly, the shade just doesn't work for me. I need to wear truly cool colors in more rosy or berry shades, and there just isn't anything like that (yet?) in this line. I think it will have to go back, which is sad.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I have not used cream blush in thirty years, but in the quest for a minimal makeup look for my off-days, I picked this up in Forget Me Not to pair with the BB cream. I think it blends really well and gave me exactly the natural look I was seeking. I did have to reapply it after about six hours, but I love the color and blendability.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I absolutely love these cream blushes. I bought one in Peach Blossom, it's a very beautiful coral/peach color. It looks bright in the pan, but looks very natural once applied on the cheeks. I have oily skin and usually powder blushes make my skin look patchy (I use oil control products on my face which sometimes can dry my skin a bit). This blush is very creamy and glides on very nicely, so no patchiness for me!
I must say for those of you ladies with medium to darker skin tones you may need to build up the color a bit, since all of the shades tend to look lighter on the skin.